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Bridging the Gap - An Original Story

by Russell T. Wright

   “Counting cards?”

    “Nope.”

     Louis watched for a moment.  The man took a hit on a seventeen with the dealer showing a five of diamonds. 2,926 more words

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Pharmaceutical Company Produces Miracle Cure

The FDA is scheduled today to issue final approval for a new drug widely touted as a miracle cure, quite literally for everything–from anxiety and depression to heart disease and all forms of cancer. 189 more words

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Write, Don't Tell

The best advice I’ve ever gotten on how to complete a manuscript came from a country lawyer. He’s a pretty famous country lawyer, actually, named Gerry Spence. 320 more words

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Medellin

Medellin. I have had a hard time writing this post, and I’m not entirely sure why. It could have to do with a few different factors: 1) I spent 6 days there, so there’s a lot to talk about; 2) my opinion on the city wavered, starting a little negative but improving toward the end; 3) I had two friends from San Francisco in town, and while it was awesome at the time, now at almost 3 months away from SF it does make me a little sad to think about; or 4) Medellin was my goodbye to Colombia, a country I thoroughly enjoyed, and to some extent it was also my goodbye to planned travel; I had no idea what trajectory I would take to get to Bolivia. 1,047 more words

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Shosholoza Meyl Train

After returning our safari truck to Johannesburg, our next stop was Cape Town. To get to Cape Town, we had a few different options. We could have flown or taken a bus, but after reading some glowing reviews of the Shosholoza Meyl train on the… 414 more words

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Crete - My Escape From the City

Berlin was cool but, to be honest I got bored.  There is tons to do, so much history, and a great vibe.  But, after my friend left I wasn’t coming across people I could hang out with.   936 more words

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